On Thursday, October 20th, we celebrated the end of the quarter with a PBIS assembly. The PreK-12 students were divided into groups and given a task to work together to finish. We then recognized the A Honor Roll and AB Honor Roll students from grades 3-12. Our 2022 First Quarter Student of the Quarter recipient was Kaden Langford. The Student of the Quarter receives gift certificates from: Security First Bank, Shear Style, Farm to Family Cooperative, The Outlaw Saloon, Main Street Grind, Cutting Edge, and Sacker’s & the Patio. Please thank these generous businesses for their continued support of our school.
The middle level and high school attended a presentation on the harmful effects of illegal drugs on October 19th in the auditorium given by presenter Chuck Elley. The 7th grade did reports on the presentation and the following document is some of what they found.
Elementary students attended an assembly today for Red Ribbon Week. Nebraska State Patrol Sergeant Horak spoke with students about the dangers of illegal drugs and what to do if someone offers them an unknown substance. She also told students to watch for strange or abnormal substances, such as pills that may look like candy, but are loose or in a zip lock bag instead of a sealed, candy package. She reminded them not to touch or eat anything that looks strange, but to tell an adult right away.
The Americanism Committee would like to invite all Veterans or families of veterans to submit a picture of themselves or a loved one they would like to honor. The pictures will be on display before the Veteran’s Day program on November, 10th. If you have a scanned picture you may e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have a photo you would like to be scanned please feel free to stop by the office so someone can scan it for you. Please include the name and branch of service.
Kindergarten through 12th grade students celebrated a successful first quarter of the 2021-2022 school year with this year’s first quarterly assembly. One highlight of the assembly was a team building game. Each team had to organize themselves to create a given number. Mr. Hagge then congratulated the student body on their hard work both academically, athletically, and in extra curricular activities as well. We have very talented students in all areas!
Students who made the Honor Roll for the first quarter were announced. The assembly wrapped up with the PBIS team’s drawing for the Breakfast of Champions and announcement of the Student of the Month. Way to go Hawks on a successful beginning of the school year!
Hay Springs Public School students attended a PBIS assembly today at 10:15 AM. At the assembly, students were asked to gather near the first letter of their names which were posted around the auditorium. Students from Kindergarten through 12th grade were gathered in these groups and then asked to start conversations with other members of their group. Next the students were asked to give high fives to the members of their group, and finally various activities were started which led members of the group outside of their group and into other groups. After this community/culture building exercise, students who made the AB honor roll from each grade were recognized. Following that, PBIS Super Passes were awarded for the 2nd Quarter to Ava McKillip, James Scherbarth, Hannah Hoos, Bailey Scherbarth, Joce Varvel, and RyLee Wolken. The event concluded with the drawings for the Breakfast of Champions…there were 26 students drawn! Congratulations to all Hay Springs students for an awesome 2nd quarter, let’s make the 3rd even better!
Pre K-12th Grade Academic Fair is tonight from 4:30-6:30 pm in Lister.
3rd grade will be performing a play in the cafeteria pit at 5:00 pm.
High School Girls Basketball will be serving a free will donation meal of hot dogs, beans and dessert from 4:30 pm – 6:45 pm in the cafeteria.
ML/HS Awards beginning at 7:00 pm in the auditorium.
Hope to see you there!
The annual Hay Springs Public School Veteran’s Day Program took place on November 9th, 2017 in the High School Auditorium. Thank you to our Veterans and all those who attended! Here is a recording of this event:
4 High School Students went to the Senior Center this morning to talk activities with the community. It went well, stay tuned for next month’s “Hawk Talk” date.